Breaking: New Assassination Threat Against Trump, Only This Time Related to Mueller’s Ex-Deputy!

Ever since he won the election last year, even way before that, Donald Trump has earned himself quite a few enemies. Seems like people just cannot accept that he’s won the presidential election. President Trump has suffered countless assaults by the mainstream media so far, that it’s hard to keep track of anymore. At this point, looks like they will never accept him as the president of the U.S. Phil Mudd seems to know something more about this.

Via World Politicus:

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CNN still supports one of their “experts” who believe that the US government is plotting an assassination. Yes, President Donald Trump is the target, as noted by this “expert.” This is a rather serious claim, and maybe the Secret Service will knock on Mudd’s door, asking him a couple of questions.

The CNN counterterrorism analyst said that the President is “agitating” the US government, noting that he will eventually get killed. Maybe Mudd should think twice before he says anything like this. “Assassination” is the last thing someone should say or even think about.

Let’s not forget that Mudd was deputy director to Robert Mueller.

“Let me give you one bottom line as a former government official. Government is going to kill this guy. He defends Vladimir Putin. There are State Department and CIA officers coming home, and at Langley and Foggy Bottom, CIA and State, they’re saying, ‘This is how you defend us?’” Mudd said.

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“What did the Department of Justice say on Paul Manafort? ‘You can say what you want, a judge told us we had cause to search his home early in the morning because we don’t trust the guy who was your campaign manager.’ The government is going to kill this guy because he doesn’t support them,” Mudd finished his “message.” He can’t be serious about this…

Leaks out of the White House and the intelligence community have occurred on a regular basis since Trump took office.
Many in Washington, including Democrats, expressed concern last week after transcripts of Trump’s phone calls with foreign leaders were leaked to The Washington Post, citing national security concerns.
“This is beyond the pale and will have a chilling effect going forward on the ability of the commander in chief to have candid discussions with his counterparts,” Ned Price, a former National Security Council official under former President Obama, told The Hill.

“Granted, the White House contributed to this atmosphere by welcoming the free-for-all environment, where anonymous leaks are commonplace. But we must draw the line somewhere.”

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